Parallel action: Concurrent dynamic logic with independent modalities

Studia Logica 51 (3-4):551 - 578 (1992)
Regular dynamic logic is extended by the program construct, meaning and executed in parallel. In a semantics due to Peleg, each command is interpreted as a set of pairs (s,T), withT being the set of states reachable froms by a single execution of, possibly involving several processes acting in parallel. The modalities ] are given the interpretations>A is true ats iff there existsT withsRT andA true throughoutT, and.
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